Next James Bond Could Be ‘Non-Binary,’ Producer Reveals: ‘It’s Open’

The next installments of the James Bond franchise could get a “woke” makeover, with the 007 character being reshaped as “non-binary,” one of the movies’ top producers has revealed.

Speaking in a new interview, Barbara Broccoli has confirmed the next 007 won’t be a woman.

However, she said that the next “Mr.” Bond may also not “identify” as male either.

During Friday’s episode of the “Girls on Film” podcast, Broccoli said the character could identify as “non-binary.”

Non-binary is defined as someone who doesn’t identify as being male or female, usually choosing to go by “they” or “them” pronouns.

The producer was asked whether woke messaging such as gender identity could be introduced to the classic spy films.

“I do because I don’t think that we should be making films where women are playing men,” Broccoli replied.

“I think we should be making more films about women,” she further explained.

“I think Bond will be a man.”

“Non-binary, perhaps, maybe one day?” host Anna Smith asked.

“Who knows?” Broccoli replied.

“I mean, I think it’s open. We just have to find the right actor.”

Craig has previously said he doesn’t believe the next James Bond should be a woman either.

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“Why should a woman play James Bond when there should be a part just as good as James Bond, but for a woman?” he told Radio Times in an interview.

Craig will officially close out his run as the famous spy character with “No Time To Die.”

Meanwhile, producer Broccoli previously said in an interview with BBC Radio 4’s “Today” that the search for Craig’s replacement will not begin until at least 2022, with no clear front runner emerging at the moment outside of fan speculation.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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